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Old 07-21-2007, 07:50 AM   #1
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Posting Question (warn meter)

I notice, after I post something, that it all goes through fine. However, there is a small box under the picture of my trailer, my name etc....that says warn 0% and some little yellow boxes.

What does that mean? I don't see it with other members postings.

Have I been bad?

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Old 07-21-2007, 07:58 AM   #2
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You're the only one that see's that and since those little boxes are empty, you've obviously been good.
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Old 07-21-2007, 09:02 AM   #3
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Yup, Big Brother (Moderators) are always (once in a while one falls asleep) WATCHING.

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Old 07-21-2007, 09:58 AM   #4
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Steve, we rarely (choose one):
  • sleep (though Neil is close! )
  • obsess on the Forums with every waking moment
  • impose dings on the warn meter
Jaxon is correct. You will see your own warn meter only. Look at any thread -- you'll never see anybody else's. AIR Forums is maintained as a friendly place and occasionally we have to ask a member to watch what they are saying or how they are saying it. In even fewer situations do we have to put a member on probation and utilize the warn meter. It is a certainty that private messages (PMs) would be exchanged explaining the situation and what is expected. Less than 0.1% of active members are ever exposed to this -- and I am happy to say that the outcome is positive to a great extent!

To quote from 1977's Star Wars premiere:
Obi-Wan Anholman: He can go about his business.
Moderator: You can go about your business.
Obi-Wan Anholman: Move along.
Moderator: Move along... move along.
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Old 07-21-2007, 12:14 PM   #5
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WHEW!!! Thanks Guys! I was worried for a bit thre
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Old 07-21-2007, 12:19 PM   #6
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Steve - you don't know how hard it was to bite my tongue and play it straight on your question... you know, something like "Ohmygod! They put a warn meter on your posts!!?? That's only happened to two other forum members... you're the 3rd!" "No one's ever heard from the other two since...".

'Course, that might of been a little over the top...
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I got a warning once. I think it was for using the wrong font size. I can tell you it was vvvvery scaaaairy.

At least I didn't get any points. I've been a good boy since then.

Sticking to the straight and narrow.
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I got a warning once. I think it was for using the wrong font size. I can tell you it was vvvvery scaaaairy.
Helping newcomers merge into our fast lane is not a warning. Now ... just what Saab were your wanting to tow that 30' slideout with?
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Bill, my life track has truly dislocated me from my origins. You could find my 6-greats grandfather and namesake in the Texas state cemetery east of I-35 over near the French Legation. ... and the Green & White grocery!
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Helping newcomers merge into our fast lane is not a warning. Now ... just what Saab were your wanting to tow that 30' slideout with?
I think that Airstream was a natural progression. As not only did Saab manufacture trailers. Saab and Airstream were heavily influenced by the aircraft industry.


Well I may be exspecting too much from my 92 vert


Are any of these big enough?
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Saab at one time was a great manufacturer of Caravans

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